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New Victory Dance: Program B

July 18, 2024, at 7pm
Recommended Ages
For everyone 8 and up
Price includes service fees

What Kind of Show?
Dance; dynamic and diverse
75 minutes including interstitials and Talk-Back
The New Victory Theater 209 W 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

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About New Victory Dance

Experience a guided tour of New York City dance this summer at New Victory Dance! Hosted by New Victory Teaching Artists and thoughtfully curated specifically for young audiences, each program showcases a mixed bill of acclaimed NYC-based dance companies—three per program, nine in total—and features an interactive Talk-Back with the dancers and choreographers, all for $13 per ticket.

The Program

Ephrat Asherie Dance

LORE (Excerpt)

Deeply inspired by the soulful house sounds of NYC’s club culture, LORE explores the way we connect to music, to each other and to an embodied wisdom passed down from those that came before us.

Kotchegna Dance Company

KOUKOU: Gathering Together (Excerpt)

Performing traditional Ivorian dance, elaborate and explosive percussion with a corps of brilliant drummers, Kotchegna Dance Company presents the authentic village culture and customs of West Africa’s Ivory Coast.

Barkin/Selissen Project

Accidental Suite (Excerpt)

Accidental Suite is a meditation evoking chance encounters, remote impressions, near misses, and the magnetic push and pull of relationships. This excerpt intertwines lush vignettes that tap into the most essential of human needs: connecting to one another.

About the Dance Companies

Get to know the companies performing in New Victory Dance: Program B.

Ephrat Asherie Dance

Ephrat “Bounce” Asherie, a 2016 Bessie Award winner for Innovative Achievement in Dance, creates work for the dynamic group of multifaceted dancers in her company EAD. Rooted in a multiplicity of African American and Latine vernacular dances, including breaking, hip-hop, house and vogue, EAD is dedicated to exploring the inherently complex and dynamic qualities of these forms.

Kotchegna Dance Company

Specializing in the performance traditions of Cote d’Ivoire which include mask and stilt dances, intricate footwork and syncopated drum beats, Kotchegna Dance Company’s irresistible energy has been embraced by audiences from New York’s Prospect Park Bandshell and the American Museum of Natural History to the Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival and Jacob’s Pillow. Under the artistic direction of master dancer and percussionist Vado Diomande, Kotchegna is rapidly establishing itself as one of the most exciting West African dance troupes in the United States.

Barkin/Selissen Project

Barkin/Selissen Project (BSP), a New York City-based contemporary dance company founded in 2009, presents the choreography of Artistic Directors Kyla Barkin and Aaron Selissen through live performance, film and workshops. The company strives to blur lines between the emotional and intellectual, dreamworlds and waking states. Shifting between nuanced movement and explosive athleticism, their choreography infuses fresh perspectives on complex subjects and cross-topic collaborations in areas such as mathematics, linguistics and human nature.

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For every performance at the New Victory Theater…

  • You can head downstairs to the Accessibility Table (across from the bathrooms and lockers) to borrow supports like fidgets, earplugs, assisted listening devices, wheelchairs and more.
  • Our quiet Cozy Zone and a live feed of the performance are available in the lower lobby at all times for patrons with sensory sensitivities or anyone who needs a break from the theater.
  • Wheelchair-accessible seats and Companion seat tickets are available for purchase (see more details on the seat selection page when buying tickets).

Read more about all of the New Victory accessibility offerings for additional details, and prepare for your visit with our New Victory Social Story.

New Victory Dance Supporters

New Victory Dance is supported, in part, by a generous grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation in honor of Dawdie Appelson, a teacher, arts enthusiast and life-long supporter of the performing arts.

Jody and John Arnhold | Arnhold Foundation | Howard Gilman Foundation | Harkness Foundation for Dance | Mertz Gilmore Foundation | Public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council | New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature | The Jerome Robbins Foundation